Analytics for a Better World Academy is set up to develop strategic and tailored courses for Analytics Practitioners’ and Data and Digital Leaders within non-profit organizations. We provide free courses to our cohort of participants who join the three structured courses offered yearly. Each cohort will include 30-40 participants who are selected based on their motivation.
ABW Fellowship Program
Are you currently employed in a nonprofit organization, looking to upskill yourself in Data Science to become a Data Science Practitioner? And are you excited to be part of an intensive 8-week applied data science fellowship program? Then the ABW Fellowship Program might be for you.
Apply before September 1
Join the first cohort of ABW Fellowship
(the courses below will be scheduled in 2023)
Bootcamp for Non-profit Executives
During this two-day interactive Bootcamp for executives at Non-profit and Public Sector organizations, you will learn how to put together a data science team with complementary skillsets for successful design and implementation of the digital components in your projects. This Bootcamp will include case studies that show what is possible with Data and Digital in your specific field, so you can be a thought leader and initiator of ideas within and outside of your organization. This will also impart knowledge on the Data Science Pipeline, how to include Principles of Digital Development in your projects, and how to define goals and targets for the projects.
- Become a thought leader in the field and understand what’s possible with Data and Digital Tools and Techniques
- Understand the structure of the data science pipeline
- Building a Data Science Team for your project and How to complement Development Projects with the right Data and Digital skillsets
- Common pitfalls and how to overcome them while implementing Data Science Projects
Analytics Translators are a crucial part of project teams at non-profits, who work in projects with a data and digital components. Analytics Translators are not data scientists, engineers or architects. They’re not even necessarily dedicated analytics professionals and they are not expected to develop models or even know programming. Instead, they play a critical role in bridging the technical expertise of data engineers and data scientists with the operational expertise of humanitarian response, monitoring and evaluation, impact assessment, climate risks and vulnerability, etc. which are very relevant to the activities of your non-profit’s agenda. In their role, translators help ensure that the deep insights generated through sophisticated analytics translate into impact at scale and make sure Analytics is not done for analytics’ sake, but is integrated into the decision-making process.
We will soon be launching a 4-day translator training targeting non-profit sector’s requirements and use cases.